Quiz: Test Your Knowledge of Queen Victoria


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Queen Victoria maintained a close connection with Canada throughout her reign, owing in part to her father, Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn. Prince Edward played a pivotal role in the formation of Canada, and his contribution is commemorated by the naming of Prince Edward Island province after him.

Victoria’s reign as queen coincided with the establishment of Canada as a nation in 1867. She is remembered fondly to this day for her significant contributions to the country’s history and her lasting legacy.

The Victorian era, which encompassed Victoria’s reign from 1837 to 1901, is recognized as a period of great change and progress in many areas, including industry, science, art, and politics. It was a time of social and cultural evolution, marked by significant advances in technology and communication, as well as notable shifts in societal norms and values.

If you’re interested in testing your knowledge of Victoria and the Victorian era, try out this quiz! It will challenge your understanding of this fascinating period in history and provide an opportunity to learn more about this iconic figure and her lasting impact on the world.

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#1. How many Commonwealth countries have a Queen Victoria holiday to commemorate her?

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#2. Which long weekend holiday is just before Victoria Day?

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#3. The British Columbia capital city of Victoria, named after the queen, became a British colony in what year?

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#4. Which location is not named after Queen Victoria?

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#5. How long was Queen Victoria's reign?

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#6. During the time of Queen Victoria, which British novelist wrote about social issues and wealth inequality in Britain?

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#7. What year was Queen Victoria Park in Niagara Falls opened?

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#8. A city in Canada is named after Queen Victoria’s husband. What is the name of this city?

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#9. What year did Victoria ascend to the throne become Queen?

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#10. When did Victoria Day become a national holiday in Canada?

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#11. What was Queen Victoria’s first name?

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#12. How many Canadian cities are named after Queen Victoria?

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#13. Where did queen Victoria grow up?

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#14. At what age did Victoria become queen?

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#15. How many times did Queen Victoria visit Canada?

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#16. Which royal family line did Victoria belong to?

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#17. How many children in all did Victoria and Albert have?

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#18. What roads intersect Victoria Avenue in Niagara Falls, that are the closest to Clifton Hill?

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#19. Where is Lake Victoria?

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#20. What tradition did Victoria begin with her own wedding?

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#21. The Australian state of Victoria is named in honour of Queen Victoria. What is the capital and largest city in this state?

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#22. Victoria Day used to have a different name. What was it called in the past?

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#23. How big was the British empire when Queen Victoria was the monarch?

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